Brexit has been a positive way for EU countries to renew their vows, Eurocrat claims

Brexit has offered EU member states the opportunity to “renew” their “vows”, claims a Eurocrat.  Mairead McGuiness, EU Commissioner, argued that Brussels has “strengthened internally” since the UK decided to leave, citing other concerns like as the Covid epidemic and Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Ms McGuiness stated on Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC: … Read more

Europe can achieve Net Zero by demolishing historic buildings and starting again, Central Bank claims

A top central banker has warned of the economic damage that the rush to ‘Net-Zero’ could cause, and illustrates the point by stating that deleting Europe’s architectural history would be required to achieve severe green expectations. Among the comments made by Paolo Angelini, deputy governor of the Bank of Italy, about European Net Zero ambitions … Read more

Charts show UK is a world leader on human rights with trend changing under Tories

In 2022, the number of legal cases filed against the United Kingdom in the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) was the lowest in Europe. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak warned the Council of Europe that the “current international system is not working” in terms of illegal immigration. Last year, a record 54,000 people were discovered … Read more

Brexit has failed and was totally mismanaged, claims Farage

Brexit, according to Nigel Farage, has “failed” economically because the UK’s exit has been “mismanaged.” The former Ukip leader denied that Britain would have been better off staying in the EU, but he said that the country had not taken advantage of the economic benefits of leaving. High taxes and even more red tape than … Read more

Spain pressures UK, issues Brexit ultimatum over Gibraltar deal

As post-Brexit negotiations with the EU over the Rock continue to stall, Spain is putting pressure on the UK to accept a recent proposal for a shared prosperity zone in Gibraltar. Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares stated that the UK must accept the plan that is now in their hands. “We put on the … Read more

Sunak urges European leaders to make Russia pay for ‘horrendous war crimes’

Rishi Sunak has urged European politicians to ‘stand by Ukraine for as long as it takes’ to combat Russia’s invasion. The Prime Minister stated during the Council of Europe conference in Reykjavik, Iceland, that “the United Kingdom may have left the European Union, but we have not left Europe.”  He also stated that Russia must … Read more

Should Kemi Badenoch Resign Over Brexit Bonfire?

One political commentator claimed that the Business Secretary was courting “career suicide” by dialling back efforts to invalidate EU rules in the UK. The UK government announced plans to repeal 600 EU rules by the end of the year, less than the 4,000 pledged in a so-called “Brexit bonfire.” Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch stated that … Read more

Starmer to give EU nationals right to vote if Labour wins next election

If Labour wins the next general election, Sir Keir Starmer plans to give millions of EU citizens the right to vote. According to manifesto promises, the Labour leader will grant voting rights to settled migrants and 16 and 17-year-olds. The Conservatives, on the other hand, have accused Sir Keir of preparing the path for a … Read more

REVEALED: ‘Limited list of laws’ to be abolished in post-Brexit bonfire of EU red tape

Changes to restrictions on genetically engineered Japanese carnations, Polish canal boats, broken rice, and Fijian sailors are among the highlights of Britain’s post-Brexit burning of EU regulations and red tape. Kemi Badenoch has blamed the Government’s reversal on its pledge to repeal the estimated 4,800 EU legislation that would stay on British law books after … Read more

Working Time Directive: Ministers to slash off EU red tape to save £1bn a year in major Brexit win

Ministers are exploring big changes to an EU-era statute in order to save businesses £1 billion per year while capitalising on Brexit liberties. The Working Time Directive requires most workers to work an average of 48 hours each week, including overtime. The Telegraph says the Department for Business and Trade is considering eliminating the obligation … Read more